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active  Topic # 1074  Hardkey

26/01/2005 @ 12:59
by Khertan

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Hi,

In my soft i need to use rock pad of a T5. izibasic can do that for up and down hard key. But ... now when i push the datebook hard key ... my program just quit ... normal ... it s the default for izibasic ... but how i can know if this datebook button is really for datebook application ... it s defined in the prefs of palmos ... but i don t know how to get it.

Thanks for your answers.
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26/01/2005 @ 13:58
by Mike

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I don't have the answer, but I'm doing exactly the same thing.

rather than trying to handle the key event myself and launch the Datebook (or whatever) I think it would be easiest just to pass the keyevent onto the OS to handle. That way, I could use whichever keys I liked and pass the others straight to PalmOS without having to worry in my code what they should be used for (I'm running out of code stack!)

Mike
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26/01/2005 @ 18:56
by Khertan

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Hum ... yes of course it s a smart way ... but how do u pass the event ?
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26/01/2005 @ 21:00
by aldweb

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There must be a way to pass an event to a 3rd party application. It can easily be demonstrated thanks to the great MacroPlay application (http://XvisionNow.tripod.com/).
I will try to figure out how to do it.

Otherwise, a solution could and it even should be the best way to answer this issue: setting a parameter in iziBasic to tell which keys should be managed and which should not.

What's your opinion?

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26/01/2005 @ 21:30
by Mike

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Such a specification would be the ideal.

As you look, could you also look for the left/right keys on 5-way navigator equipped devices? I have a use for those keys (though may use function keys for now).

Thanks
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26/01/2005 @ 22:19
by aldweb

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Mike,

The trouble, as I was told, is that the 5-way nav was not implemented the same way between Palm and Sony (no big deal, let's forget Sony...), and, within Palm devices, not the same way between their own devices!
And I don't really feel like downloading all SDKs for all devices, spend a long time to code all cases... iziBasic is not an action game...

But, let's give it a try: download Palm Insider Pro (to be found at PalmGear) and install it in your device.
Find the Key Watcher option.
Please report all values but Char (chr, keyCode, modifiers) returned by both left and right keys.

Results for my Tungsten C

Left key:
 chr   keyCode modifiers
0x503 0x0404 0x0008
0x503 0x0400 0x0008

Right key:
 chr   keyCode modifiers
0x503 0x0808 0x0008
0x503 0x0800 0x0008


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27/01/2005 @ 00:14
by Khertan

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Other trouble the key watcher function doesn't work.
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28/01/2005 @ 20:43
by aldweb

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It doesn't work in the T5?
Does Insider Pro crash? return nothing?



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